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#ifndef LOG_H
#define LOG_H
#include <iostream>
The functions provided returns standard output/error streams depending
on the log level specified at startup. Example usage:
logWarning() << "WARNING WARNING" << std::endl;
You can create custom logger objects if you want different output
streams. You can then invoke these objects with function syntax:
Logger loggg (LogLevel::INFO, std::cerr);
loggg() << "HEY" << std::endl;
Use the command line flag "-log <logtype>" to print logtypes higher
than error. For example, if you specify "-log info", then the program
will print out info, and all lower prioritized logtypes (warning+error).
// I'd like logging macro(s) that auto include __FILE__ and __LINE__ for where the output is coming from (would be cool if we could include function/method name (and class if method)) - odilitime 17/08/02
enum class LogType {
ERROR, // issue
WARNING, // potential issue
NOTICE, // basic user messages, Default include NOTICE, WARNING, ERROR
INFO, // basic 10k ft overview of what's going on
DBUG, // can't be DEBUG in clang
CALLLIST // track each function call entrance and exit
// network logging should be separate
class Logger {
Logger(LogType lt, std::ostream& out);
std::ostream& operator()();
LogType logType;
std::ostream& outStream;
bool shouldLog;
// can we have some sort of macro to make these noOPs if compile as such
// no need to compile in all the debug logging calls in release
std::ostream& logError();
std::ostream& logWarning();
std::ostream& logNotice();
std::ostream& logInfo();
std::ostream& logDebug();